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for the next phase of testing it's 19 bucks and despite western media skepticism over its effectiveness british medical journal elements are promising also ahead. countries continue to push for an international sanctions over the not only case a group of doctors say if offered to set up a joint commission with 3rd german counterparts. if it turns out he was poisoned and will initiate a criminal case today russia does not have such evidence. immigration protesters clashed with police in the u.k.
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port of dover after a spike in illegal crossings over the english channel from france. we are tuning in from right across the globe this hour welcome to moscow and to r.t. international my names you know neal hello and welcome. last month russia became the 1st nation to register a corona virus vaccine criticism from the west soon followed it with claims that corners must have being cut but moscow say's it's ready to move ahead with more wide spread testing on the scientists publish their 1st findings into the job showing it does produce an antibody response from on cost or it picks up the story . back in the 11th of august russia became the 1st country to register
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a vaccine against 19 now more data became available just last friday that show that sputnik the vaccine pretty successfully produced antibodies in all 76 participants in early stage trials now other trials discovered that all patients not only developed antibodies but also non all of the participants showed any side effects whatsoever now a study was also published in the lancet which is one of the most respected medical journals in the world and a russian direct investment fund c.e.o. says that that study answers many questions that have a listen because it isn't ultimately the clinical trial results of the sputnik b. vaccine published in lancet the world's leading medical journal sure to rush she's leading the way in developing in corona virus vaccine and it answers a lot of questions from western critics specifically the journal report concluded that there were no serious adverse consequences among volunteers to prevent scene
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and there was a very strong in time unit response due to the development of the antibodies it found that a vaccinated person produces $1.00 times more n.t. body stay in an average person infected with karuna virus they had of moscow's galilei sensor that's the center who developed the vaccine says that the antibodies that will remain in the patient for a period of years now some of russia's top officials have already been inoculated with the sputnik of the vaccine people like moscow mayor sergey sabir i mean like defense ministers sergey should go and even have let him of putin's own daughter was inoculated as well but that happened much earlier now when speaking to let imputes in moscow mayor said that the only side effect that he experienced was soo our headache and that he is fine and now now this is of course all in contrast very much in contrast with the concerns that. voiced earlier that russia is really
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whoring there is ration of this vaccine in order to be the 1st in the world in the fight against coal with 19 well the way things are now according to the health ministry a rush is ready for max vaccination as soon as november or december and so far 3 clinics in moscow have received the vaccine for 3rd stage trials and they are now ready to welcome of volunteers now once the united nation the process begins here at home russia will be ready to send the vaccine abroad as well so for many foreign governments have already expressed interest in this food and the vaccine and according to officials there are now over it's when c. requests for hundreds of millions of doses. asserted to me treat coolish from the skolkovo institute of science on technology fields the publication about the russian vaccine in the renowned medical journal is a significant. blow supplications crucially important for pharmacology and
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clinical science because now the health data and these data is reviewed by the best digital board in the world although doesn't your know and there are punitive you can meet you this is a great breakthroughs it gives that gives a lot of to split and you can give us the. almost painful decision really to russia of seeing these decisions on top a region for good for public use based on the limited date. we all agree that day that is the human trial is small and usually in normal circumstances you will rate until the end of the big trials or just start with holly however elite of around and warning you that it is destroying the entire world.
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i support the decision to reject through. a group of russian doctors say they have offered to settle a joint commission with their german counterparts over the number on the case when the winner the russian national medical chamber has addressed the german medical chamber a similar organization that unites german doctors with the request to create a joint commission to find out whether novell me was poisoned or not if it turns out he was poisoned then will initiate a criminal case today russia does not have such evidence the request by the russian doctors comes as international pressure continues against russia over the alleged nerve agent poisoning of the prominent opposition figure alexina remains in a medically induced coma in berlin after falling severely ill on the flights within russia more than 2 weeks ago germany ses it's irrefutable that novacek was used
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against them but moscow has again called on berlin to openly share its findings the us president also says he hasn't seen any proof. well i don't know exactly what happened i think it's it's tragic it's terrible and shouldn't happen we haven't had any proof yet but i will take a look there have been international calls for transparency from russia in an investigation into what happened to alexina valmy the russian foreign minister sergei a lover of has said moscow has nothing to hide when it comes to mist in the valley he says russia is still waiting though for requests for information to be answered . we have already commented on this and said we have nothing to hide says the soon as alex seen a volley fell ill the plane was grounded and necessary measures roomy julie taken this soon as he was transported to germany those who were demanding information
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from russia went silent and did not demand anything from berlin this is all following the same old scenario we hear public accusations against russia in the fischel requests to berlin from a prosecutor's office have so far gone unanswered we were promised today that we would soon receive response as soon as we get the facts we will react accordingly this is all reminiscent of what happened with this group poles nato secretary-general again stoltenberg has his mind made up though he says international action needs to be taken however he stopped short of saying what for that should take we strongly believe that this is blatant violation of international law so it requires i mean national response. but i will not speculate about exactly what kind of international response what we're seeing at the moment is warnings and demands flying backwards and forwards the french and german foreign
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ministers issued a joint statement on friday evening in which they call a dent an attack against mr novelli we've also heard from the german federal. president fall to steinmeyer he said being a volley case has the potential to cause real problems in the relationship between in moscow and in vienna we've seen moscow's representative summoned to the foreign ministry to discuss the novelli case i consider the demands russia conducts a quick open and comprehensive investigation in appropriate in the absence of any information facts or specific data from germany or any response to the russian prosecutor general's request made on the 27th of august it's over a week since moscow requested information from berlin regarding the tests that were carried out on alexina volley on friday the german government confirmed that they had received that request however getting that information over to russia might not
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be as simple as all out. there right at the request was forwarded by the minister of justice to the justice department in berlin today in the morning as usual we can't comment on any cooperation regards an internal matters of the investigation so what does that mean russia has not received anything from the ministry of justice or any other responsible oath already as they have already just sad the federal government has approved their quest for mutual legal assistance or speaking in plain language no other information has been given is that right. i reach a rate what i have just said moscow has requested this information because the tests that were carried out in the russian hospital where lex involved he was 1st treated showed no trace of any toxin in his system and tests for poisons all came back negative effect to investigative measure sure being carried out and if the information about the presence of
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a poisonous substance from the patients biological samples is confirmed then of course we will open a day jewelry investigation it's 2 weeks since alexei navalny has been here in berlin being treated the shot a tape hospital physicians say there is no way a cute risk to his life at the moment however there is the potential for long term effects from this illness additionally the russian foreign ministry has pointed out if an off the chart nerve agent was used it didn't mean it had to come from russia in connection with the dogmatic assertions that toxic nerve agents known in the west as novi child were developing our country it is necessary to remind people of the following for a number of years specialists from many western countries and specialized need to structures have worked on a compounds included in this extensive group of cameco in us for example developers their military applications have officially obtain more than
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a $150.00 pete and foreign affairs columnist married to jeff ski sais when it comes to who is responsible there are still many questions that lead on trying. to jump to the conclusion that there is one obvious arts' to what happened to divine it it's very simplistic because if you look at the balance of advantage say you know who takes an advantage out of what's happened i think it's a huge liability for the kremlin and for russia to be seen to have launched an attack on one of the most colorful and interim ensure members of the opposition that it reinforces as we've seen a very negative image of russia in the west i think the relations between the west and specifically europe and russia were starting to warm up after
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the the freeze over ukraine after 2014. we've seen i would say a slightly different approach to diplomacy from russia over the last few months now all those things are certainly at risk because of what's happened and because of the way it's interpreted which is why i think maybe it's much more complicated why would the kremlin do this at this point it's owned it become an international issue because never really was airlifted out to germany and the german doctors made the findings that they did. notice said well it's an international issue because whenever you were such an important figure that this was an attack with a chemical weapon and therefore it's subject to international conventions i'm not sure that nato has mandate or mandate of anybody really outside russia
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runs to saying what should happen inside russia. anthy mass immigration activists have clashed with police in the u.k. support of dover it comes after more than $400.00 migrants across the english channel from france in a single day. i was right it was time the protesters blocked the main routes in and out of the ports but worsen confronted by the police several arrests were made a probe migrant country demonstration was also held in the time the home office estimates more than 5 and a half 1000 migrants have made the perilous crossing over the channel in small boats this year we heard reaction from the 2 protests. the queue of thanks for sharing isa nazi germany no nation can weaken the british government giving them anything to make these people go back to their own time it doesn't have to be about
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i mean it doesn't have to be about the price of the book from oxford if you look at the countries around maybe of. oppression lebanon turkey but they're taking the way way more than a very advanced nation lockouts we should keep trying dab or do i repeat my childhood friend who now borders for good you know new dumbing report has been published about the home office a strategy for dealing with the influx labelled a hostile environment program it was adopted in 2012 and initially aimed at fighting illegal immigration had made getting the right to remain in the u.k. more difficult in the hope people would then voluntarily leave the present home secretary pretty patel to quote review the home office's hostile environment and garment policy to develop a major program of cultural change within the home office but the report suggests the policies have not only failed but have had quote a poisonous impact on society. we find that the hostile environment has
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contributed to forcing many people into destitution has helped to foster racism and discrimination yet there is little evidence that even on its own terms the hostile environment has been effective in its stated goal to reduce the population of people in the u.k. without. illegal immigration status. illegal migration to your something at the beach. associated with greece. but not to show off you need to the public. it is. finding you. trumps. the numbers are going up. and there doesn't seem to be very much that bush could do to the root problem is that these thousands of people 'd hundreds of people. should actually be
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accommodated in. france office of the saw a little trances a moment country has a new state it has. laws 'd sue. us courts house rules police may have violated one of the nation's most cherished amendments for asking tech firms like google to reveal that we're 'd all users we mean we're not story after the shortest of. the u.s. is losing its cache as world's single superpower the us dollar is losing its status as world reserve currency are moving into a post us dollars world reserve currency era and so is picking up stakes and
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hauling out these moving day just actually that big portion of his portfolio and. dahlia who is another huge name in the money management space has got 20 percent of his portfolio he's the world's biggest hedge fund now in actual gold bullion you know. surrogates and so that tells you also that the u.s. dollars days are numbered. insulin resistance is affecting people all over the world it's a condition that wreaks havoc on the body's metabolic and immune systems and result in poor quality of life for many will it take for people to realize that a sweet treat can be the worst poison.
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just approaching 90 minutes into the program welcome back the new york police department has revealed a new crime statistics show a wave of violence and has been engulfed in the u.s. biggest city compared to the same month last year or 166 percent increase in the number of shooting incidents across the city murders meanwhile they rose by almost 50 percent while in the midst of an alarming nationwide surge in homicides another american city has seen better results in buckling crime figures released by the chicago police department show a significant decrease in shootings and particularly murders for august compared to july july was the city's deadliest month of 2020 the city recently increased the presence of law enforcement on the streets despite widespread calls to the from the police retired veteran of the chicago police department betsy bruckner smith
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believes there's a big difference between stripping the police of budgets and reforming the system. the finding the police is is just a childish. a fantasy of the american political left struggles one of the most violent cities although not the most found city in the united states it's very much controlled by the street gangs there's rampant gun violence and defunding the police will do nothing except in danger the citizens of chicago defunding the place is very different than reforming the police what they've done is they have actually partnered with the federal government and federal law enforcement and they have taken more guns off the street arrested more drug dealers and more street criminals. one of the world's foremost thinkers noam chomsky is today's guest and going underground where he discusses the upcoming
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u.s. election climate change julian assan john moore besides the programmers throughout the day here on r.t. international on is available on our website too here's a preview we're now facing a number of crises serious ones one crisis is the threat of climate environmental catastrophe the other approach which is arising with great courage right now is the collapse of the economy as a result of that and many corporations are making money hand over 'd fist so that high tech for example you know that was 1000000000 mixture of these of. $13000000000.00 or they're going to hedge funds private equity firms all doing. the treasury's poor and motivate into the economy in a way which largely benefits them we're involved in
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a class war. oh well the ruling clears doesn't say i'm just going to do what i want i don't you can't you don't have that or the rule is fragile you know it deserves were the 1st. to enter judged engaged. exactly as is often the. tech giant google has found itself in the spotlight again over concerns of by police requests for its data to help pinpoint suspects near crime scenes it comes after 2 federal judges in chicago this week rejected police requests for so-called geo fence warrants on question whether they violated the 4th amendment that protects people from on reasonable searches and seizures by the government geophones warrants are relatively new but are being increasingly used by forces to
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identify suspects generally speaking police ask google or other tech companies about any devices in the area of a crime within a specified time frame the method has previously provoked concerns the judges on expected ruling was welcomed by privacy campaigners this is foot once a great ruling your phone is still a cope but now core functionality of how cell phones work cannot be used by the government do on mass track citizens in an area new federal courts rulings find your friends warrants unconstitutional these warrant applications are most often submitted before there is even a defendant in the case court's recent denials of geo offense warrants present a victory in the fight against government overreach and the invasion of citizens previous. google has reported a massive surge in geo fence warrants the company saw a 1500 percent jump in request in $28.00 deane compared to the previous year but
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those numbers they are continuing to rise last year it was reported the company received as many as 180 requests in a single week privacy activists and technology expert bill muse told us about the protection people when it comes to the search warrants. one of the issues that we have he's when the congress in the us decided to adopt the 4th amendment it was being very much because they wanted to prevent the level of intrusion and. violence we're now at the end danger of of seeing in a very broad basis the technology is capable of doing so much more surveilling us there have been examples where the wrong people of the be no it didn't feel right because devices well and it for one person to another and possibly still somebody else is a good lookout rolling in it's all. misappropriation of devices that have been
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stolen all were being used without somebody is knowledge so you can't absolutely identify somebody by device and we need to be really careful about the way that we're tracking people because if we have a group of protesters and somebody uses a warrant to collect information about everyone in a particular location we just need to be a little bit careful about how that information is you subsequently and it could be used against those protesters and we don't want to have that sort of level of intrusion dru's nor so violence. seen it's 11 consecutive week of government demonstrations dyson's gathered outside the prime minister's official residence on saturday demanding his resignation maybe netanyahu is currently on trial for corruption protesters also accuse the government over its brand of the crown of irish crisis the demonstrations being growing partly in
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response to instance of police brutality the police in turn called on protesters to avoid provocation that could lead to further violence. protests also ongoing in belarus against leader alexander lukashenko thousands of women marched there in a peaceful demonstration university students to wear out in. countries capital to demonstrate against the detention of appear took place during previous protests which been rocking the country for almost a month state officials say 30 people were detained. on saturday with the majority of them. in southern europe coronavirus restrictions i've seen large protests take place in the croatian capital of zagreb you can see here is the freedom festival hundreds without wearing masks demonstration against the country reintroducing some restrictions to fight scene
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after a sharp rise. if you're not doing so already why not done load the r.t.i. and get your news go rapidly changing times to stay a step this is our international season. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy. let it be an arms race. clearly dramatic probably the only mostly. i don't see. will be very critical. to sit down and.
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it's. a matter of time tim welcome back to a brand new season of going underground still swimming against the current of the mainstream amid a global pandemic all but civil war in the united states and the impending threat of climate extinction i'm joined now from tucson arizona by one of the most cited intellectuals on earth the father of modern linguistics american president no i'm trying to escape not thanks so much for coming back on the show so what is the global green new deal that's the new book climate crisis and the global green new deal and why is it to you the most important political plan in all of human history we're now facing
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a number of crises serious ones one crisis is the threat of climate environmental catastrophe we must move to net 0 emissions within a few decades. would go all the green new deal is to provide the means to do that the other problem which is arising with great hurry right now is the collapse of the economy as a result of the endemic no it is you know this is a very different kind of crisis from the financial crisis this time there is no escape through just consumers or oring money in the. stock market that's not going to do it he said we have to create a new economy which offers good job or constructive for.
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developing that finds of interest structures social environmental structure physical structure that we need the kind of goods that we need to live a decent life and that's the other half of the grid new deal it is essential for not only for survival but for health issues you mention corona virus how does coronavirus alter your analysis given that corona virus threatens corporate profits interstate lee it does not yet. sure written most corporate profits many corporations are making money hand over 'd fist of that high tech for example and it was $1.00 day in which jiffies us termed $13000000000.00 or they're going to hedge funds private or.


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